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"CLINICAL ARCHIVES IS ABOUT EXPANDING THE DEFINITION OF MUSIC"
This is independent netlabel for eclectic and illogical music. The basic directions : abstract, avant-garde, alternative, indie, intuitive improvisation, free improv, jazz, fusion, electronic jazz, free jazz, funk, jam band, live electronic, experimental, experimental pop, dark disco, contemporary, manipulation, neo-classicism, illbient, ambient, musique concrète, noise, tape music, minimalism, acousmatic music, sound sculpture, sound collage, classical, electroacoustic, acoustic, drone, new wave, field recordings, microsound, montage, psychedelic, folk, quasi-folk, post-rock, krautrock, prog-rock, post-punk, trip-hop, soundscapes, sound art, spoken word, strange and other forms ...
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by Various
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"Clinical Jazz" is an eclectic and illogical compilation. Range: ....from "clinically" traditional jazz directions...... up to unclassable and clinically indefinable "jazz" forms. ----- CD1 ----- 101. Strings Of Consciousness - Asphodel (5:58) (France) 102. The Black Hakawati - There’s a Hole at the End of the Tunnel (5:24) (Austria) 103. Professor Psygrooves + friends - Scales [Special Version] (13:52) (France) 104. Damo Suzuki & NOW - Metro Girl (the...
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Topics: jazz, free jazz, avant-garde, free improv, structural improv, experimental, improvisation,...
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by Bosques de mi Mente
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Release has been removed at the request of the author
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Topics: ambient, minimal, classical
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by gillicuddy
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"the yaouhl! mashups" is the fourth release by German multi-instrumentalist gillicuddy, alias Andi Rohden. It's about beauty, surprises, humour, distraction and nervousness. *** Contact: http://www.gillicuddy.net http://www.myspace.com/gillicuddy http://www.last.fm/artist/gillicuddy http://www.facebook.com/pages/gillicuddy/388890755432
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Topics: indie, rock, folk, post-rock, lo-fi, psychedelic, ambient, drone, experimental
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Clinical Archives
by Bubamara Brass Band
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The new wave of interest to the Balkan music in world scales has been provoked by launch of the well-known Yugoslavian director of Emir Kusturica. Hasn't avoided its influences and Russia where among the other structures which have addressed to a musical heritage of the Balkans, the Moscow orchestra «Bubamara Brass Band» maestro Alexander Kashtanova is brightly allocated. This orchestra possesses tremendous positive power which, apparently, should be the integral attribute of the Balkan...
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Topics: world, balkan brass, gypsy, ethnic, jazz
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"Silence. A melody supported by the breaks That is the way 1 feei Aspudden. Free dancing aspen leaves. They twist at the endless whistling rhythms of blackbirds, A little town with trees, attached to the city by a bridge and the subway. The underground spits you at Aspudden Centrum, and right there, the Cafe de las Flores receives you with a cappuccino full of cinnamon. Few steps beyond, the"ICA nara" supermarket, the DVD and toy stores. At the corner of Hagerstenvagen (IVIain...
Topics: udu, percussion, electronic, world, sound-art, other
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Clinical Archives
by Menhirs of Er Grah
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Menhirs of Er Grah (Tom Carter) is a folk band named after some prehistoric standing-stones in France. The album was made in 7 days – a day to write and record each of the songs from scratch, and then a day to mix and master them all. Voice and guitar parts were recorded simultaneously into the same mic, and then a second guitar part was recorded as another track on-top. Tom Carter lives in London, and has released a number of lo-fi/electronica albums under the anagram of March Rosetta....
Topics: acoustic, folk, alt-country, love songs
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Clinical Archives
by dmyra
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This is a downtempo record [60 to 80bpm for the most], lots of zen/like ideas and naturalistic images. Quasi-folk considerations. --- dmyra [Robert Demes II] originally from the US, has made his abode in Costa Rica for the past 7 years. There he spends time studying the sound of sound. Visit me at one of those old networking sites to know just how prosaic i am. Contact: http://www.metaforr.org dmyra@robertdemes.net
Topics: folk, quasi-folk, electronic, prog-rock, acoustic, improvisation, sound sculpture, strange, other
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Clinical Archives
by dmyra
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A midtempo record [80 to 125bpm]... brisk walk style. Untypical ruminations on inter-planar communications, theological tomfoolery, lovelyness, lonelyness, and other romantic notions. dmyra [Robert Demes II] originally from the US, has made his abode in Costa Rica for the past 7 years. Where he spends time studying the sound of sound. Contact: http://www.metaforr.org http://www.myspace.com/dmyra dmyra@robertdemes.net
Topics: anti-rock, quasi-funk, acoustic, romantic, folk, other
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Clinical Archives
by Post Human Era
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Post Human Era is the work of multi-instrumentalist Daniel Finfer. With the help of brother Michael Finfer, the duo utilize electronic beats, ambient synths, and transcendent lyrics to construct a colorful palette of sounds and textures similar to The Postal Service, Death Cab For Cutie, The Notwist, and Nine Inch Nails. *** Contact: http://www.posthumanera.com http://www.myspace.com/posthumanera
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Topics: electro-pop, post pop, indie-electro
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by dmyra
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Unpollution the connective [t]issue. Recurring themes include: Divine Apparition/Avatical Landings, Clean - Free Energy, the Mental source of apparent contradictions, conflict resolution analysis. Robert Demes II. Costa Rica where he contemplates sound. Thanks to my family particularly Rebeca and Catriona, for unconditional love, support, and inspiration. --- Contact: dmyra(at)robertdemes.net http://www.metaforr.org
Topics: un folk, anti rock, alternative
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Italian young electronic artist, previously member of the indie band Love in elevator. In 2008 she made her first (solo) concept album “USSR vs Paradise (in six movements)” for the italian netlabel vuoto. www.otouv.org Contact: http://www.myspace.com/johannmerrich How to be a flower-power nihilist. Photo by Antonio Campanella: www.antoniocampanella.com
Topics: electronic, ambient, drone, experimental, other
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Clinical Archives
by NOW
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"Ooo-Doo-Sigh" is a collection of live recordings taken from NOWs Japan tour in May 2009. It features unique & stripped down version of songs from their albums "Ooodipooomn", "The Hepadaboo" & "Frisbee Hotpot", as well as new improvisations & short sound experiments. These recordings also feature guest Japanese musicians: percussionists Chica Inoue & Viva Sherry, avant-garde guitarist Akira Toyonaga, vibraphone-player Izumi Misawa and...
Topics: experimental pop, electronic pop, improvisation, live, other
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Clinical Archives
by Joe Frawley
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A daydreaming graduate student slips obliquely into a subconscious underworld of shifting identities in Joe Frawley's latest audio release, Ritual Research. Continuing his precedent of genre-defying sound compositions, this new work blends original piano music with found sounds and electronic processing to create protean, quasi-narrative structures. The juxtaposition of recontextualized speech samples with elements of music and sound effects results in an abstract cinema for the ear whereupon...
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Topic: other
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by Orquestra Popular De Paio Pires
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Orquestra Popular De Paio Pires Contact: http://myspace.com/orquestrapopulardepaiopires
Topics: easy listening, psychedelic, other
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Avant progressive funk influenced by Primus, Zappa, Captain Beefheart, Mister Bungle, Chili Peppers, Tom Waits and Doctor John "More of the crispy weird funk you've come to expect from Afterthem." Copyright - Afterthem / David George --- Contact: http://www.myspace.com/afterthem http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/afterthem8
Topics: avant-garde, progressive, funk, jazz, experimental
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Clinical Archives
by Minimal States
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"City of Buffalo" is the debut album by Minimal States, an electronic music project by Thomas Carter. The music is made of multiple layers of repetitive rhythmic and melodic material, producing a meditative, hypnotic feeling of timelessness and calm. The album is inspired by travel, and its title comes from a place in New York State called Buffalo, whose name is said to have its origin in the French phrase beau fleuve: “beautiful river”. "German version to come right here...
Topic: electronica
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Clinical Archives
by Mutation Urbaine
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Des Lèvres Silencieuses en suspens dans le vide, ondulantes et chatoyantes, fusionnant avec l'eau et le feu, procure une sensation d'apaisement. Décor insolite où la réalité et la fiction se confondent étroitement ; paysage minimaliste évoquant une Sensation de Vide, d'inquiétude et parfois de malaise. Se dissimule au loin une Ville Imaginaire étrangement belle et mystérieuse offrant un regard troublant et angélique. Se cache derrière cet épais brouillard un Paysage Urbain...
Topics: industrial, minimalist, ambient, other
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Clinical Archives
by Morgan Craft
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All sounds made by, on, or through solo electric guitar, with the exceptions of tracks 1 & 11 which are field recordings. All tracks improvised and recorded live. Copyright 2009 / Morgan Craft A NEW MACHINE: Q: Where do you think music is going now, especially with the availability of affordable technologies making it easy for practically anyone to become involved in the production, distribution and promotion of new music? How does this shift affect your thinking? MC: I've been making the...
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Topics: live improvisation, experimental, field recordings, other
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audio
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Trap & Zoid is a one-human electronic solo project. It's based on a simple constrain : one take live recording and no mix nor overdub. The only postprocessing allowed is cut and fade to select and to compile the tracks. This way of working stimulates immediate instant creativity and leads to a music that is trully antipodal to most usual electronic releases. The sound is very present and spontaneous, not really easy listening. It's raw, wild, dark, alive... and it's just next to you ! Heady...
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Topics: live electronics, experimental, psychedelic
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by gargle
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Recording: December, 2007 Satoshi Ikeda: accordion; programming Jun Minowa: guitar; glockenspiel Contact: http://www.myspace.com/gargleinstrumental http://www.gargle.or.tv gargle@or.tv
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Topics: contemporary music, ambient, post-rock, experimental, other
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by Sandro Marinoni & Stefano Roncarolo with Roberto Padovan
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Cold Flowers is a release by Frames, an experimental collective from Italy started in 2007 by Stefano Roncarolo and Sandro Marinoni. Stefano Roncarolo: bass, percussions, noises Sandro Marinoni: tenor sax, flute, samples Roberto Padovan: piano, keyboards --- Contact: http://www.frames-music.com http://www.myspace.com/theframesmusic
Topics: jazz, experimental
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by Sandro Marinoni
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Borderline is a solo project by Sandro Marinoni on tenor saxophone, with a big help from Stefano Roncarolo and its electronics devices. Sandro Marinoni: tenor sax Stefano Roncarolo: live electronics Recorded on 27th August 2009 in Stroppiana, Italy *** Contact: http://www.sandromarinoni.com http://www.frames-music.com
Topics: jazz, free jazz, live electronics
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Clinical Archives
by Joxfield ProjeX
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"Phantastique" is a virtual LP. The intension was to make a straight, plain and simple jam record based on some repetitive patterns, at least in Joxfield ProjeX' terms of what is straight, plain and simple. Not to get too much stuck into the spacey jams the tunes are separated by some short experimental pieces. Look at these moments as opportunities to get some good, fresh air. Even though it's maybe not heard in the music, the main inspirational sources for these recordings are some...
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Topics: progressive, psychedelic, experimental, jam, space-rock, electronic, rock
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by Various
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The Synthi Group is back for the second installment of their ongoing Electronic Music Studio (EMS) instrument centered compilations. With the popularity of Vol. I, downloaded over 41,000 times, it was made clear that an interest exists for the unique sound of EMS machinery. Vol. II continues the DIY ethic of the first, encapsulating a diverse array of sounds from ultrasonic frequencies and spring reverb howls to rubbery logic sequences and colliding inverted ramp oscillators. The members...
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Topics: experimental, space music, ambient, repetitive music, glitch, electro, electronic, psychedelic,...
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by Evgeny Grinko
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"I've been writing this album for 2 years - from 2007 to august 2009. different ideas of the sound of the type were born in my mind during this time so now it's difficult to say if it helped this album to sound complete or not. Also it's hard to name the style of the album - it could be electronic, IDM or techno mixed with the orchestral instruments (the second part of album is full of monotonous rhythms mixed with melodic pictures of orchestral instruments) it's not so easy to speak about...
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Topics: electronic, minimalist, melodic, melancholic, experimental
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Eclectic and illogical compilation from different releases of a netlabel Clinical Archives of the period with 2009 for 2012. (Vol.2) Tracklist: CD1 101 - Opa! - Nakurilah - 4:43 (Russia) from album "ca446 - Opa! - Nakurlah" http://www.archive.org/details/ca446_opa Contact: http://www.www.o-p-a.ru 102 - Bubamara Brass Band - Vasja Prelijte Rakijom! - 3:24 (Russia) from album "ca457 - Bubamara Brass Band - Bubamarija / Kashtanizma (EP)" http://www.archive.org/details/ca457_bbb...
Topics: indie, alternative, post rock, electronic, electro-pop, experimental pop, dream pop, synthpop,...
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Clinical Archives
by Clutter
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Four O*Clock Chimes is an album of pure electroacoustic improvisation by Clutter using field recordings from around the UK. Tracks 2-4 were originally recorded for a session on the Jeff Grainger Show on Dandelion Radio in October 2009. All tracks were recorded with a combination of software and hardware and have only been topped and tailed for release no other editing has taken place. Clutter is Shaun Blezard, an improvising sound artist and musician from Cumbria, UK. He has released a number...
Topics: electroacoustic improvisation, ambient, experimental, electronic, sound art, sonic art, generative,...
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Clinical Archives
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‘Sudden Bursts/Normal Breaths’ is a double album of songs and instrumentals, the majority of which grew out of studio improvisations. The tracks on this collection are a selection of recordings from 2008-2011. In comparison with Now’s previous albums, ‘Sudden Bursts/Normal Breaths’ features both more upbeat – at times joyfully silly – and dark, melancholy tunes, which reflect the varied character of their on-stage improvisations. It was made just as a trio with few guest players,...
Topics: experimental, pop
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Clinical Archives
by Joe Frawley
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Personal mythologies, somnambulant improvisations. Joe Frawley, piano and sound collage Credits: I wrote the music, or improvised the music, and played the piano. I also chose the found sounds and did the electronic processing and arrangements. Rachel breathed, spoke and sang. Greg provided certain sounds in the bass register. Some voices are those of narrator "Secrets", who reads for Librivox.org. "Descension Day" features double bass bowed harmonics played by Houston Guy,...
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Topics: experimental, dark ambient, instrumental, sound collage, piano solo
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Clinical Archives
by Perry Ferya Band
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Perry Ferya Band is a marginal project of Skala Collective’s musicians, oriented to a spontaneous psychedelic improvisation with elements of free jazz. “Mantra” was recorded in 2013. It is the next step, the development of the ideas known from two first Perry Ferya Band’s albums – “Back Out” and “Live on Venus”. The band has still based its works on improvisation and intuitional cooperation of the musicians. It experiments with a composition and different kinds of instruments,...
Topics: psychedelic, improvisation, krautrock, space rock, free jazz, other
Source: Clinical Archives